SRLN2020 Repaired RFP Form
The purpose of this form is to propose educational or problem solving sessions for the SRLN2020 Conference in Nashville, TN.
The RFP closing date has been extended to September 20, 2019.
Section one is for educational sessions (i.e. traditional panel presentations or workshops), and section two is for problem solving sessions (see instructions below for more information). If you have questions about how to complete this form, please e-mail
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Person Proposing the Session (name and affiliation)
What is your role in the presentation? (check all that apply)
Educational Session Proposal - please provide a short description of the proposed session. This will be the description used in the conference schedule.
Session Outline -- bulleted list is encouraged
How long is this session?
Can be either 60 or 90 minutes
What is the format of this session?
Interaction simulation and debrief
Technology presentation including demos
Session category(ies) (select all that apply)
ADR / ODR
Courtroom Assistance Services
Court Staff or Judicial Ethica and Education
Emerging substantive areas for self-help
Forms, document assembly or e-filing
Data, analytics or mapping
Navigators or other non-lawyer professionals
Research & Evaluation
Triage and referral
How do the activities or services in your session help build the 100% access to justice continuum?
Please indicate for which audiences your presentation will be most relevant
Which SRLN constituencies would most benefit from this session?
Academia (College, University or Law School)
Law School Clinic/Lab Staff
Bar Association Staff
Clerk of Court
Court Staff - attorney
Court Staff - non-attorney
Judge/Magistrate - state court
Judge/Magistrate - federal court
Judge/Hearing Officer - administrative body
Lawyer - courts
Lawyer - legal aid
Lawyer - non-profit
Lawyer - private practice
Paralegal/non-lawyer specialist/navigator - courts
Paralegal/non-lawyer specialist - legal aid
Paralegal/non-lawyer specialist/navigator - non-profit
Paralegal/non-lawyer specialist - private practice
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